This Week on The Academic Minute 2022.01.31
Monday, January 31st
Billi Bromer, associate professor in the college of education at Brenau University, has three ideas to make online instruction better for students.
Tuesday, February 1st
John Logan, professor of labor and employment studies in the College of Business at San Francisco State University, examines why employees are suddenly coming together now to unionize.
Wednesday, February 2nd
Elaine Howard Ecklund, professor of sociology at Rice University, explains why being a scientist doesn’t necessarily means you’re an atheist.
Thursday, February 3rd
Shaung-Ye Wu, professor in the department of geology and environmental geosciences at the University of Dayton, examines changes in precipitation as we move with climate change.
Friday, February 4th
Gary Giumetti, professor of psychology at Quinnipiac University, examines how to break the pattern of being cyberbullied to being a cyberbully perpetrator.
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